Precise Mortgages expands sales team

Precise Mortgages has expanded its sales team with the appointment of two business development managers.

Claire Aston will look after intermediaries in the West Midlands region for the specialist lender, while Chris Dolan will cover the North East and Yorkshire.

Aston, who joins the firm after 22 years at Lloyds Banking Group, says: “I heard a lot of positive feedback about Precise Mortgages before I started. I’m excited to join such a dynamic forward-thinking organization.”

Dolan has previously worked at Atom Bank and Nationwide.

Precise Mortgages head of sales Jamie Pritchard adds: “Brokers in these regions have been asking for regional contact for some time. [Chris and Claire] are excellent additions to the team and will help to promote all areas of the company’s products.”

Launched in 2010, Precise Mortgages provides residential and buy-to-let mortgages as well as bridging finance and second charge loans through intermediaries.



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